Booking for : Malaga – Marrakech

Malaga – Marrakech

Tour Details

Your tour will include the following sightseeing:



You will have eleven days with our companionship to discover the most possible about some of the most breathtaking cities of Spain and Morocco including the magnificent desert starting from Malaga Spain.

Your desert journey includes camel trekking and a night in an extravagance tent is included in this tour as well as a folkloric dinner full of fun and amusements with the local Berbers under the limitless stars of the desert.

During this tour you will have the occasion to go through some imperial cities of Morocco as well as some of the must see sights of the Moroccan desert.

We assure you the most experienced, friendly and multi languages speaking drivers and guides throughout the entire tour.

We also assure you the most comfortable vehicles you can find in the market to ensure your total comfort and safety.


  • Transportation (air conditioned vehicle)
  • Two meals each day
  • Professional multi languages speaking driver
  • Professional guides in major cities


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Day 1,Malaga – GRANADA

What a great experience you are about to live with our companionship once we are on board since we are heading to Granada, situated just an hour and a half away from the coastal Spanish city of Malaga, this place makes for a perfect and very attainable trip. Today’s journey starts from Malaga Spain and takes us to Granada, and especially its Alhambra Palace, as few places in the world can compare to the paradise found within its fortified walls. The 9th-century Moorish wonderland is home to the Nasrid Palace with its tranquil ponds, and walls of intricately carved Arabic characters. The 16th-century residence of Roman Emperor Charles V and the smell of fresh flowers mingled with the sounds of flowing fountains in the Genera life Gardens. Dinner will be served in your hotel in Granada


After enjoying a nice breakfast at your hotel, you will get to relax on the drive through the land of Don Quixote to Cordoba. Once we arrive we will take an optional walking tour of Cordoba’s old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the second-largest old town in Europe. Then we visit the Jewish Quarter (Juderia) which is a part of Cordoba's historic center, and its medieval streets. With the company of your private guide you will get to visit the gorgeous Cordoba synagogue and learn about Cordoba’s Jewish history. After a lunch break, we will head to the most famous landmark in the city “the Great Mosque of Cordoba”. We will have a look inside and admire the forest of columns and red-and-white arches. Once your tour of Cordoba is over we will head back to your hotel where you will have dinner and get ready for our next stop which is Sevilla.


After breakfast in your hotel we will head to our next destination which is Seville, the capital of the Andalusia region and the cultural center of Southern Spain. You will get to enjoy a panoramic city tour with your guide and visit sites such as the Cathedral of St Mary, one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world. Then your guide will take you on a walking tour of the Santa Cruz quarter, the former Jewish quarter with winding alleys and picturesque lime-washed houses. See the famous UNESCO World Heritage-listed Alcazar, Seville’s magnificent royal palace. After a short break, we will continue our tour around the Alcazar and to the beautiful Maria Luisa Park, home to grand Plaza de Espana.


Once your driver picks you up we will be heading to Tangier in the northern of Morocco throughout the beautiful Cadix where we will be making a quick stop. Tangier has many of the things that travelers love to explore in the sense of interesting history, exotic mystery, and unspoiled beaches. Located in northern Morocco this city is the result of an uncontrolled mix of North Africa, Spain, Portugal and France without forgetting that it was under a joint international control until 1956. Tangier is separated from Spain by the 20 miles of the Strait of Gibraltar so frequent you will be witnessing ferries make the short crossing from Europe each day, and many cruise ships sailing between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic which often include this city as a port of call. There are many things that we suggest you to do while you are here and your driver will make sure to take you to all the places you need to visit and assist you with valuable information that can make a serious difference in your travelling experience. You will get a half day tour taking you to visit most of the important sightseeing of the city so you can have a better idea about the place and also to facilitate your walking around the city on your own. From the places we recommend you to visit will be the “Tangier American Legation Museum”; a prosperous cultural center, museum, conference center and library in the heart of the old medina. It is housed in the only historic landmark of the United States located abroad. The museum exhibits a large collection of art and historical items. It also has a Paul Bowles Wing dedicated to the writer and composer who lived most of his adult life in Tangier. Your tour will also take you to the tomb of “Ibn Battuta”, a 14th century famous traveler who was born in this city, then we go onward to “The Kasbah Museum”, the previous Sultan's palace which deserves to be seen not only for its collection of artifacts from the Phoenician to modern times, but also for the building and garden. Once your tour is over we will be heading to your hotel or riad where you will be spending the night and enjoying a nice dinner.

Day 5,Tangier – Chefchaouen

After breakfast we will be leaving Tangier to visit another beauty of Morocco which is chefchaouen or the blue town like many people calls it. You will have a private guide taking you all over the most important sightseeing of this place and offer you a detailed explanation about the history of each visited part. Chefchaouen is situated in the Rif Mountains and represents a popular tourist destination because of its proximity to Tangier and the Spanish commune. It is one of the prettiest towns in Morocco, considered to be an artsy, blue-washed mountain village that feels like a part of another world. It is considered as a popular shopping destination as well as it offers many native handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco. Your tour will be including the old medina which is a delight of the Moroccan and Andalucian influence with red-tiled roofs, bright-blue buildings and narrow lanes converging on busy Plaza, Uta hammam and its restored Kasbah and also a ruined mosque built by the Spanish, with stairs still in the tower. Once your tour is over we will be taking you to your hotel or riad where you will be spending the night and enjoying a great dinner.


After your breakfast in your hotel we will be saying good bye to this blue town and heading to Fez but to offer you a greater idea about the Moroccan patrimony we will be travelling via Meknes and Volubilis or as it’s referred to it now by “Oualili”. Once we get to Volubilis we will be making a quick stop by this site and larn more about it. It was recently recognized by the UNESCO as a world heritage site for its breathtaking archeological sites standing still and proving the greatness of the Roman Empire ornamented with stunning mosaics and colorful strips. Once this tour is over we will head to Meknes which is the second imperial city of morocco which considered being the achievements of one of the supreme Sultans in the history of Morocco, “Moulay Ismail”. Through this visit you will be getting the chance to discover all what this imperial city has to offer with its several tall minarets, massive extension of walls and monumental gates passing through Bab el Khemis and the old medina to get to the Islamic cemetery which takes us to the entrance of the old Mellah or like it’s known “the Jewish Quarter”, and before leaving Meknes we will be stopping by one of the most important and beautiful gateway of the city which is Bab el Mansour. After this tour we will be taking you to Fez where you will be spending the night and enjoying a typical great dinner.


Today after breakfast in your hotel or riad you will have your private guide taking you on a guided tour of the old medina of Fes which will be one fascinating experience on its own since the old medina is the largest and oldest dynamic square in the world, even bigger than the one in Marrakech like many think it is. It is standing still and very alive like you will witness with your own eyes once your tour begins. You will be given the opportunity to visit the royal palace which is the oldest and largest in Morocco, then head to the Jewish quarter. Something fascinating about this place so called “Mellah” is that it is officially the first Jewish quarter in Morocco and its fortified walls are standing still until now a days. During your tour you will be given a whole historical idea concerning the Jewish dynasty that has lived in this imperial city starting since the 14th century and more specifically since the year of 1438 when the first Mellah was officially established. Once our Jewish quarter presentation is over we will be heading to discover more about the fascinating old medina of Fes and our next stop will be the Tanneries after we cross the fruits and vegetables outdoor market while witnessing the locals buying their daily needs for their delicious cooking then we take you to the Quaraouine University which is the Oldest existing, Continually operating and the first degree Awarding educational institution in the world according to the UNESCO and Guinness World Records, after words we head to The Moulay Idriss Mausoleum then to the Nejarine Square. Our exploration of the old part of the medina of Fes doesn’t stop here so we will take you through the Attarine streets where you will be captivated by the diversity of the scents of oils and spices, you will also get the chance to witness a demonstration of the making of modern and traditional carpets and scarves in a local carpet manufacturing before we take you to The Madrasa Bou Inania widely acknowledged as a great example of the Merinid architecture. Once your tour is over we will take you back to your hotel or riad in Fes where you will be having dinner and spending the night.


Today your desert experience began and it starts from Erfoud which is our next destination after e leave Fes. We will be passing by the Middle Atlas by stopping at Ifran which considered being the Little Switzerland of Morocco, we will be making a quick stop at the cedar forest or the home of the apes where you will get the opportunity to take some amazing pictures and have a pretty charming experience with the monkeys. After leaving the Todgha Gorges we will be heading to Erfoud or the capital of fossils like it is being famous for. This place could be easily considered as an oasis town in the Sahara Desert, Due to its proximity to Merzouga desert in the Erg Chebbi Dunes. Lately it has developed tourist related infrastructures such as hotels and restaurants. It has also become a destination for filmmakers due to the beauty of the surrounding Sahara Desert and the town's oasis areas.

Day 9,Erfoud – Merzouga

From Erfoud we will head to Rissani where you will be having a late lunch. This is considered to be a special treat on its own since you will be living one friendly local experience with the habitants of the region and enjoying with them one of their signature meals which is “El Medfouna” or the Berber Pizza. Then we expand our visit to the Khamelia village before we get you to the Erg Chebbi dunes of Merzouga where you will get to experience a life time experience which a camel trekking which last about an hour to get you to the camp where you will be spending the night and having dinner over a fire party full of excitement and fun. We have a luxury tent reserved for you at the camp where you will be spending the night.


Today we recommend you to wake up a bit early so you can catch an amazing sunrise over the dunes of your camp before we head to Merzouga so we can get you ready to your next destination which is Ouarzazat. Before we get to Ouarzazat we will be making a stop at this place called Ait Ouzzine where you will have another typical desert experience and have lunch with a local family while enjoying a nice tea break. You will feel like a local nomad traversing the Sahara and getting the chance to hang out with random people throughout this journey. The locals of that area are extremely friendly and enjoy sharing their time and homes with tourists for a no coast fee. Ait Ouzzine is a Berber village populated by over 300 families nestled within the Middle Atlas Mountains tucked away along an impressive desert route connecting the Draa Valley (Tansikht) and Rissani. They live peacefully in these beautifully painted kasbahs, with their own water wells, henna fields, and gardens. Once this desert experience is over we will head the road to Ouarzazat where you will be spending the night.


Today is our last day so we hope you had a great time with us; your driver will be dropping you off at Marrakech.

Additional Info

  • Duration : 11 Days, 10 Nights

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